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BP. Bp Plc

0.50 (0.11%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Bp Investors - BP.

Bp Investors - BP.

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Bp Plc BP. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.50 0.11% 471.00 16:35:01
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
468.40 467.30 473.15 471.00 470.50
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Posted at 14/6/2024 16:17 by institutional investments
Well they have spotted it in the US anyway, and dumping out BP. But have to make allowance of course, for UK investors being a bit dim, and so lagging a bit haha
Posted at 13/6/2024 14:06 by institutional investments
It's more like an AIM company on tbe real global scale
I guess it explains the investors here too
Posted at 10/6/2024 17:36 by vlad the impaler
viscount110 Jun '24 - 13:46 - 10628 of 10631
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"Institutional investors and hedge funds own 11.01% of the company's stock."

Do they? Must be a lagging update you have there
Posted at 10/6/2024 13:46 by viscount1
"Institutional investors and hedge funds own 11.01% of the company's stock."

That's clearly nonsense though.
Posted at 10/6/2024 10:51 by auson1
PSquared Asset Management AG purchased a new stake in BP p.l.c. (NYSE:BP - Free Report) in the 4th quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund purchased 1,554,000 shares of the oil and gas exploration company's stock, valued at approximately $50,315,000. BP accounts for 10.0% of PSquared Asset Management AG's holdings, making the stock its 5th largest position.

Several other hedge funds have also added to or reduced their stakes in the business. Wedge Capital Management L L P NC boosted its stake in BP by 15.0% in the 4th quarter. Wedge Capital Management L L P NC now owns 500,704 shares of the oil and gas exploration company's stock worth $17,725,000 after purchasing an additional 65,425 shares during the period. Cambridge Investment Research Advisors Inc. grew its holdings in shares of BP by 13.9% during the fourth quarter. Cambridge Investment Research Advisors Inc. now owns 487,648 shares of the oil and gas exploration company's stock worth $17,263,000 after buying an additional 59,379 shares in the last quarter. Steward Partners Investment Solutions LLC bought a new stake in BP in the 4th quarter valued at approximately $1,306,000. Ativo Capital Management LLC acquired a new position in BP during the 4th quarter worth approximately $1,174,000. Finally, Monograph Wealth Advisors LLC acquired a new stake in shares of BP in the third quarter valued at approximately $1,163,000. Institutional investors and hedge funds own 11.01% of the company's stock.
Posted at 03/6/2024 15:20 by vlad the impaler
At least 1 group of investors didnt get caught in the headlights by BP morning trading prices. They all bailed when saw that
Posted at 31/5/2024 08:22 by institutional investments
Maybe crude punters on BP , via short term dealers for crude retrace? Crude is at least medium term dead though. Not for investors
Posted at 20/3/2024 08:25 by zztop
Almost all of BP's biggest shareholders are unhappy with its shift to green energy, an activist investor has claimed, amid a growing backlash over the oil giant's focus on net zero targets.Giuseppe Bivona, chief investment officer of Bluebell Capital, which has a minority stake in BP, said he had spent the past three weeks talking to many of the company's top 30 investors.He said: "With only the exception of one shareholder, I am still to find someone who supports BP in its entirety."Bluebell is spearheading a brewing investor revolt after sending a 30-page letter to the FTSE 100 company in January.In the letter it urged BP to halt investment in renewable energy schemes, prioritise oil and gas production, and rewrite net zero targets to clarify that they will be achieved "in line with society".BP has been under increasing pressure over net zero commitments that have allegedly left shareholders £40bn poorer.Mr Bivona said he plans to share negative feedback with BP on a no-name basis, which he said will "clearly expose them to the fact that many investors are sympathetic to what we are saying".
Posted at 20/2/2024 23:26 by pj84
An excerpt from the above Questor article: -


While the company’s fourth-quarter profits were ahead of market forecasts, its announcement of a $1.75bn (£1.4bn) share buyback programme, to be completed before the release of its first-quarter results, appears to have resonated with investors.

Furthermore, the company said it was committed to announcing a further $3.5bn in share buybacks for the first half of the current financial year as part of plans to return at least 80pc of surplus cash flow to shareholders. This could mean the repurchase of around $14bn of its shares in aggregate over the 2024 and 2025 financial years.

In Questor’s view, BP’s ambitious share buyback plan is entirely logical because it offers excellent value for money. The company’s shares trade at just seven times forecast earnings, which grossly undervalues their long-term prospects even when compared with a dirt-cheap London stock market.

And with net debt marginally declining to $20.9bn in the 2023 financial year, to give BP a net gearing ratio of just 25pc, it does not need to use any surplus cash to reduce leverage.

Its improving financial position also means greater stability and therefore growing appeal for income investors. Dividends rose by 10pc year-on-year in the fourth quarter and were covered a healthy 2.4 times by earnings despite the fall in profits. The company’s shares now yield 4.8pc, against 3.9pc for the FTSE 100 index.

Posted at 13/12/2023 20:42 by pj84

Shares in BP (GB:BP) are trading at an even lower valuation than rival Shell, at just 6.5 times forecast earnings for the next 12 months.

As with Shell, BP is focusing on maximising the cash flows from its existing 36 billion barrels of oil equivalent reserves and using the proceeds for dividends and buybacks.

Some investors are concerned that BP’s push into greener investments such as biofuels, wind energy and electric vehicle charging stations will not be as profitable as investing in oil and gas.

But top-performing fund manager Abishek Periwal, who holds the shares in his Goldman Sachs International Equity Income fund, believes the company has adopted a ‘proactive strategy in the energy transition theme’.

‘BP is pivoting from an international oil company to an integrated energy company, which has been, and we believe will continue to be, positive for its longer-term growth prospects,’ he said in his latest update to investors.

BP’s top Elite Investors
Elite Investor Fund Size in fund Rank in fund
Steven Magill UBS UK Equity Income Fund 8.6% 1/36
Martin Walker Invesco UK Equity 6.8% 1/36
Ed Meier Jupiter UK Alpha Fund (IRL) 4.9% 3/31
Sources: Citywire / Morningstar, latest holdings data."

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